Bemidji State/North Dakota twinbill moved to Bemidji
Sunday, April 27, 2003
April 27, 2003
First pitch set for 1:30 p.m. Central time, April 28

BEMIDJI, Minn. - Officials with the Bemidji State University baseball program today announced that a scheduled non-conference double-header against North Dakota on April 28 would be relocated and is now scheduled to be played in Bemidji.

The switch was made in reciprocation for an earlier switch between the teams, as an April 16 double-header between the Beavers and Fighting Sioux was moved to Grand Forks due to poor weather in the Bemidji area. Game 2 of that twinbill was eventually cancelled by poor weather in Grand Forks, N.D.

First pitch is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Central time at the BSU Baseball Field on the Bemidji State campus.

The switch will mean BSU closes its 2003 regular season with a 12-game homestand, the second longest in school history. The longest came in a 14-game stand to close the 1976 season.

Bemidji State, which was officially eliminated from contention for the 2003 NSIC Baseball Championship over the weekend, stands at 11-23 on the season and an even 9-9 in league play. BSU has eight games scheduled during the week, the final week of its 2003 regular season. In addition to the home double-header on Monday, April 27, the Beavers are slated to host St. Cloud State for a non-conference twinbill on April 30 and a four-game NSIC series with Concordia-St. Paul on May 2-3.